Latin America UK

A collection of Internet sites produced by Latin American communities in the UK or by UK organisations with direct links to these communities and to the region. The sites archived include those of charities, educational and support groups, solidarity campaigns, Anglo-Latin American societies, news and information services for Latin Americans in the UK, commercial and cultural organisations and one-off events.

Sites (20)

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  1. Action For Brazil's Children Trust
  2. Association of Hispanists of Great Britain & Ireland
  3. BrazilianArtists.net
  4. British Presence in Southern Patagonia, The
  5. Canning House
  6. Central American Women's Network (CAWN)
  7. Consortium for Street Children
  8. Cuba Solidarity Campaign
  9. Guatemalan Maya Centre
  10. Haiti Support Group
  11. Latin American House
  12. Latin American Women's Rights Service (LAWRS)
  13. London School of Capoeira
  14. Mexicolore
  15. Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign (NSC)
  16. Peru Support Group
  17. Properuvian Art UK
  18. Society for Irish Latin American Studies (SILAS)
  19. Tango Oblivion
  20. TribalEye Images - Travel Photography by Jamie Marshall

Sites (20)

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